NEWTON, N.J. – Local businesses and organizations are gearing up to recruit new staff members at Project Self-Sufficiency’s Career Fair on Thursday, October 19th, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Representatives from local employers and educational institutions will be on hand to promote job openings and scholastic opportunities. Additional job searching resources, such as mock interviews, will be offered to attendees by Project Self-Sufficiency Career Center staff. The Career Fair is free and open to the public.
“We encourage anyone who is interested in advancing their career to attend this unique event,” commented Project Self-Sufficiency Executive Director Deborah Berry-Toon. “In addition to learning about employment opportunities and options for furthering their education, job seekers can get immediate feedback on their resume, fine-tune their interview skills and get tips on enhancing their job search process.”
Recent Project Self-Sufficiency Career Fairs have featured more than 50 area employers. In addition to Project Self-Sufficiency, employers and educational institutions who have already signed on to promote job openings include Abilities of Northwest Jersey; Capitol Care; Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health; Express Employment Professionals; Fulton Bank; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 102; Mary Kay Cosmetics; Morris County Vocational School District, Adult Continuing Education Program;Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges; Mountain Creek Resort; National Winter Activity Center; New Jersey Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services; Old Navy; The Parker Group; Planet Networks; Primerica Financial Services; RHA Health Services; RoNetco Shop Rite; The Rose House; SCARC; Sheet Metal Workers Union Local #25; Sussex County Community College; Synergy Home Care; Therapy Associates; ThorLabs; Tractor Supply; United Methodist Communities Homeworks; Zufall Health; and others.
For more information about the free Career Fair, or to find out more about the programs and services offered by Project Self-Sufficiency, call 973-940-3500 or visit www.projectselfsufficiency.org.